RISING FROM ASHES: How 2 Borno Girls Defy Boko Haram Carnage to Become Certified Midwives
That’s wonderful news! It’s great to hear that these two ladies (midwives) who were featured in the Girls for Girls radio program last week have been offered jobs at the Ultra Modern Police Hospital in Yobe State, thanks to the G4G project. Their dedication, volunteerism in different facilities in Maiduguri, and perseverance in pursuing their dreams have paid off.
The Girls for Girls radio program, initiated by Girl Child Concerns and aired on Al-ansar Radio, seems to have made a significant impact on these two ladies’ lives. Through their storytelling and sharing of experiences, they have inspired others by showcasing how they overcame obstacles and remained committed to their dreams.
Now, with the opportunity to work at the Ultra Modern Police Hospital, they have a chance to further contribute to the healthcare sector in Yobe State. Their expertise as midwives will undoubtedly be valuable in providing quality care to patients and making a positive difference in the community.
This success story is a testament to the power of perseverance, determination, and the support of initiatives like the G4G project. It serves as an inspiration to many other girls and women who may face obstacles in achieving their dreams.